How to Create Unethical, Ineffective Organizations That Go Out of Business
October 19-21, 2005 : West Lafayette, Indiana
How to Create Unethical, Ineffective Organizations That Go Out of Business (Many Organizations Do It, But Do You Know How You Do It?) Twenty-seven faulty management and corporate governance practices create most of the problems in any organization. These practices will be identified, and better practices recommended. It will be shown that as better practices are introduced, quality of products and services increases, costs decline, and you create a globally competitive advantage for your organization. Learn how governance practice leads to the heaviest losses, how inconsistencies between policy and strategy create sub-optimal outcomes, how mismanagement of people leads to unethical and ineffective behavior, and how to overcome these problems. Study the theory and practice of management. Not quality management, not good management, not excellent management, not knowledge management, not risk management, not process management, not performance management, not supply or asset management, not technology management, not time management, not emergency management, just plain management. If you were arrested for managing your organization, could they find enough evidence to convict you? Isn't it about time you really managed your company for the future? Simple and powerful principles for anyone who manages people, or holds an executive responsibility in an organization.
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